10,000 Square Foot Home all to yourselves.
First Floor Master Bedroom with King Size Bed and Master Bathroom
2nd Floor has three bedrooms with private Full Bathrooms. 2 king size beds and 1 queen size.
Basement has 2 bedrooms with 2 full bathrooms, 1 king size bed and 1 queen.
2 more Bathrooms on the first floor
The basement includes a poker room, a pool table, a large 70 inch smart screen wall mounted television area and a bar.
The family room and master bedrooms have 60 inch smart tvs.
The dining room can be extended to sit 12 people, if requested before check-in.
This Beautiful home was featured recently in the Highland Park Magazine.
It has 6 bedrooms each with a full private bathroom and in total there are 8 bathrooms, each bedroom will have fresh linens and towels and the bathrooms will have all the top quality toiletries. The kitchen is fully equipped with all the necessities. The refrigerator will also have complimentary drinks and refreshments. All televisions will include Cable channels and Netflix. Personal requests could also be honored if requested beforehand.
Atención a los huéspedes
Guests will be given check-in details prior to their arrival.
Otros aspectos destacables
Highland Park is the location of the former home of the main characters in the CBS drama The Good Wife.
Highland Park was used for location shots for several movies written and directed by John Hughes in the 1980s including Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Weird Science, Sixteen Candles, Uncle Buck and Home Alone. Other popular films from the 1980s shot or partially set in Highland Park include Ordinary People, Risky Business, and Lucas. Since 2000, Highland Park movies have included Kicking & Screaming and Shattered Memories of Love. In the film Shattered Glass, Stephen Glass, portrayed by actor Hayden Christensen, makes repeated reference to his family's residence in Highland Park as an indication of the high expectations they have on his career.
"Highland Park has the feel of a gated community without the actual gates," writes Vanity Fair, and has a tradition of "very clever minds who left to strike gold in Hollywood." The creators of the Revenge of the Nerds, Beethoven, and other films grew up in Highland Park.
It also was the setting for the 2000/2001 Fox and PBS documentary show American High.